Julius Caesar

Julius Caesar
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  • Carpenter: Well, Caesar is coming! Cobbler: Why yes! our leader of Rome shall be returning. Flavius: Have you all gone mad?!?! Commoner: Caesar is our god, he will lead us all 
  • Flavius: Better you drop on your knees and pray to the gods to spare you the suffering you deserve Flavius: How dare they serve Caesar! Caeser is a disgrace and an abomination! 
  • Calphurnia: Hello, your excellency Caesar: Calphurnia, stand in Antoninus path  Caesar: Will you do as I say  Antonious: Of course, my lord 
  • Rome is celebrating Caesar's victory over Pompeii, Flavuis despises Caesar b/c he destroyed Pompeii. When Flavius and Murellus come in they talk about who worships Caesar. Some are excited about Caesars arrival
  • Soothsayer: Caesar! Caesar! Caesar: Who calls on me? Soothsayer: Beware of March 15th Brutus: It's a warning from a soothsayer Caesar: He is quite mad? Don't you think?
  • Flavius continues to bash them for having joy in Caesar's arrival, he believe it's a sin. And that Caesar is a sin as well
  • Cassius: Please come to the foot race Brutus: I don't enjoy sports and I despise competivity Cassius: Lately you've seem good natured and affectionate more than usual   Brutus: It is only because I'm uneasy with myself 
  • Caesars arrival has everyone excited and Calphurnia is most excited about about Caesars arrival. Antoninus Has awaited for Caesar for a ling time and sadly Calphurnia is unable to have children. Caesar asks Him to touch Calphurnia
  • Brutus: I am overwhelmed with constant thoughts Cassius: I have mistaken your feelings? Can you see your face? Brutus: No, the eye can't see itself
  • While Caesar is being worshipped, someone calls on him and he was not sure to let him in. He did anyways, The soothsayer warned him about the Ides of March, but Caesar had no belief that was true 
  • Cassius begs for Brutus to participate in the foot race, but Brutus refuses to do so. Cassius notices a change in Brutus behavior.
  • Brutus claims he is just full of thoughts and he makes it clear that there is nothing wrong. Cassius has been proven wrong about Brutus feelings.
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